August 26, 2008
Papa John's Crop Circle
Visible from planes arriving at and departing from Denver International Airport, the 6-acre display, a mile from the airport and about 30 miles from downtown Denver, was created in a Commerce City, Colorado wheat field by earthworks artist Stan Heck, whose team required some 600 hours over three weeks to make it.
It's topped with pepperoni (red mulch), green peppers (corn stalks), black olives (black mulch) and cheese (harvested wheat), cost $50,000, and should remain visible until the first snowfall.
[via USA Today]
August 26, 2008 at 09:01 AM | Permalink
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